How to Get Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta

The Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta offers very early access to the game for a limited number of people. Now, some stragglers are still wondering how to get into the Breakpoint beta. Well, there’s several ways you might accomplish this, some of which might not be feasible any longer, but are worth a shot. With that in mind, here’s our Ghost Recon Breakpoint How to Get Beta guide to hopefully help you.

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How to Get Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta
How to Get Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta

Ghost Recon Breakpoint – How to Get Beta?

To get into the Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta, there are several avenues that you can go down. The first one, which, honestly, probably isn’t viable anymore, is to register for the beta via the Breakpoint website. This never guaranteed that you’d get in the beta in the first place, since those that register are selected randomly. Now that the beta is already ongoing, your odds are probably nigh non-existent. Still, it costs you nothing whatsoever to try.

Option 2 to get into the beta is pre-ordering Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Again, now that the beta is in full swing, I’m not sure whether they’ll let you in. If they are still letting people in, then pre-ordering is a guaranteed ticket in. Every pre-order before the beta began was automatically allowed to participate. True, that means that you do have to put some money down up front. Whether or not it’s worth your money, that’s up for you to decide.

The last option for you is to get an invitation from somebody that already got into the beta. For more info on that, check out our Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta How to Invite Friends – Friend Referral guide. Your best bet, of course, is to have a friend that got into the beta that would be willing to send you an invite. You can also snoop around the different forums and other online congregations of Ghost Recon players and see if somebody has a spare invitation. You never know.

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